Electricity bills to go online from January 2021 says, Muscat Electricity Distribution Company

Muscat: Oman’s Muscat Electricity Distribution Company is in the process of issuing electricity bills online only instead of paper bills starting from January 2021

In a statement MEDC said :We would like to draw the attention of our valued customers in Muscat governorate that MEDC is in the process of issuing electricity bills electronically only instead of paper bills as of January 2021 bill.

The E-bill can be obtained by easily activating the green bill service through our website

We can help through the call center on the toll-free number:80070008 You can obtain an electronic bill at any time around the clock through the following channels:

1 – Website www,medcoman.com

2, Instant chat with Noor through the WhatsApp number 72727770

3, The company’s mobile application MEDC MyAccount

4, Call Center 80070008

This step comes a part of the company effort’s in facilitating the process of obtaining the bill and digital transformation said in the statement MEDC.

Register in Green bill on our website www.medcooman.com Receive your electricity bills by email and SMS

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